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Philadelphia Museum of Art

Philadelphia Museum of Art at Pennsylvania
2600 Benjamin Franklin PkwyPhiladelphiaPennsylvania 19130
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The Philadelphia Museum of Art & its Famous Steps!

One of the largest museums in the United States, the Philadelphia Museum of Art is perhaps best known for something else - boxer Rocky Balboa ran up its famous steps while training for the big fight in the 1976 film, Rocky. Today, visitors from around the world do the same, taking in the amazing view of Philly at the top. Inside the museum, there are over 200 galleries of international masterpieces in painting, sculpture, photography, textiles, and architecture.


Main Building Hours -

Closed Mondays
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday & Sunday - 10am-5pm
Wednesday & Friday - 10am-8:45pm

2-Day All-Access Admission -

Adults - $20; Seniors (65+) - $18; Students (w/ ID) - $14;
Youth (ages 13-18) - $14; Children (ages 12 & under) - FREE!; Members - FREE!
*First Sundays & Wednesdays after 5pm - "Pay-What-You-Wish!"


  • Art Splash
  • Art After 5 Friday Nights
  • Pay-What-You-Wish Wednesday Nights
  • Museum of Art Craft Show


  • Tours
  • Education
  • Dining
  • Shopping
  • Walking

Rocky’s Famous Stairs

The stairs at the entrance to the museum are famous for their part in the movie Rocky, and for good reason: They’re a bit of a hike, a great run, and the view of Philly from the top will take your breath away!

Free Museum Podcasts

Art tours, lectures, and exhibition minutes are available as free podcasts for download or streaming on the museum’s website. Be sure to subscribe, so you can receive free updates as they become available.


  • What kind of exhibits do they have, and are they always the same?

    Outside of the permanent collection, the Philadelphia Museum of Art rotates through roughly 25 exhibitions a year, ranging from sculptures and installations, to photography and paintings.
  • What are the dining options?

    Granite Hill is the museum’s finest restaurant, serving French bistro fare for lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch. For a more quick and casual meal, stop by Balcony Café or Gallery Café at Perelman. You can also sit or grab a bite at The Cafeteria.

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